was an option, and had we known, we would have voted differently. you're not allowed to know about that stuff anywhere, are you? >> no, you're not. in fact, we know, because we've had reporters interviewed the jurors, their opinions are totally irrelevant. the judge did not take that into consideration. what the judge looks at is one thing. if the jury had this one piece of evidence that this guy had been sexually abused by the person he murdered, if they had that in their hands, could that have affected the sentence? the judge said, you know something, it absolutely could have. that's why the judge has ordered a new penalty phase, and as i said, i have not seen the decision, so i don't know what the judge has ordered in terms of whether the death penalty remains in play or not. >> we're working on it. >> i have to look at that and read that before i can give you a firm opinion on it. this is big. >> you stay put if you can, paul, if you have time. i have other legal issues i want to talk about and get the decision in our hands and since it is breaking news chew on this a little further and in the meantime, stay put.